Ever heard the term code-switching? Check out what it means, when it happens, and why it matters. Recognize how code-switching behaviors detract from employees’ contributions to problem solving, productivity, and company culture.
Ageism exists in the workplace for people of all age types. So, how do you avoid unintentionally offended your coworkers? Follow these 5 principles of age etiquette to foster a respectful and inclusive workplace culture.
Learn to differentiate the concepts of bias, prejudice, and racism and analyze how these three forces feed into each other, resulting in systemic racism. Seeing these connections can help us as individuals and as a society to function in a healthier, more equitable and inclusive way.
Look at ageism from a broader perspective and you’ll recognize how bias based on age negatively affects younger coworkers as well as older ones. Learn to spot age-based microaggressions that impede the contributions of younger colleagues and learn how to address this form of discrimination.